Lifetime’s supernatural series “Witches of East End” has been canceled after two seasons, Variety has confirmed. The series, which focuses on the Beauchamp family of witches, premiered in 2013 and…
Witches Of East End
Something’s a brewing at Lifetime. The cabbler has renewed its fantasy drama “Witches of East End” for a second season with a 13-episode order for 2014, it announced today. The series, which focuses…
Lifetime enters television’s increasingly crowded supernatural arena with “Witches of East End,” a frothy, frisky soap that suggests what an ABC Family show might look like after graduating high…
Finnish action specialist Renny Harlin shows fitful signs of life in this found-footage horror pic.
For those a little rusty on their British history — specifically the War of the Roses — "The White Queen" offers up another handsome costume drama, about on the level of "The Tudors," defined by its…
Disney already is prepping a return to Oz. Studio has commissioned a follow up to "Oz the Great and Powerful" from screenwriter Mitchell Kapner, who co-wrote the first film with David Lindsay-Abaire…
Lifetime has ordered 10 episodes of drama series "Witches of East End," starring Julia Ormond.
Nicolas Bolduc may not be a workaholic, but it was a definite fear of the glacial pace of many a director's career that haunted the 39-year-old Montreal native in film school and steered him toward…
With Lifetime canceling Sony TV-produced "Drop Dead Diva," the femme-friendly cabler will have three pilots to choose from to fill the scripted bill.
Lifetime has cast Patrick Heusinger as male lead in the drama pilot "Witches of East End" from 20th Century Fox TV's Fox 21 banner.
Lifetime is aggressively pursuing pilots and development deals that look to expand its scripted drama slate into everything from mystery to period pieces to the supernatural.
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